Category Archives: Fall 2015 Archive (336)

Pattern Design: Ryan P Schimack

This picture is organic because it does indeed have a distinct pattern with the fish on bottom and the birds on top, but none of the lines are straight or geometric. Also, if you look closely you can see that … Continue reading

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Pattern Design: Maria Eckmann

I chose to analyze these two patterns. The one with the orange flower- like elements represents a more geometric pattern. The flower element that is repeated is made up of regular circles repeatedly circling another regular circle, which creates a … Continue reading

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Pattern Design: Miguel Tenorio

Patterns are unique to look at, they seem to be everywhere you look at, whether it be geometrically created or organically created. So check your own surroundings, you’ll see them. Now allow me talk about this piece that is on … Continue reading

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Pattern Design: Francisco Guerrero

I decided to use album covers from my favorite bands for this blog assignment. For the geometric pattern, I chose the album cover for the Neighbourhood’s 2013 “I Love You.” I listen to them almost everyday so I often see … Continue reading

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Pattern Design: Mark Midgett

The first photo that I’m going to analyze and discuss is a representation of an organic pattern. This piece is named “Garbage, the new street art aesthetic,” and I believe that it has a great Urban City aesthetic vibe to … Continue reading

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Pattern Design: Katelyn Orum

The first photo is my geometric pattern. First of all I liked this one because it is both abstracted while being representative. It’s abstracted because it is just a simple repeating triangle, but due to the nature of the colors … Continue reading

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Pattern Design:Erik Lemus

For the two visual patterns selected I chose, Mr. Peanut and and then there’s this. Mr Peanut is the cover with the most organic representation  pattern. These patterns are more organic due to the fact that there is a representation of a skull … Continue reading

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Pattern Design: David Lee

For the patterns selected, The Golden Road is one what draws on the more organic pattern as it is representational of a head and the form itself is more freeform rather than geometric or calculated. The other cover is more geometric as … Continue reading

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Organic / Geometric, Abstraction / Representation: Maryssa Beare

Of the two logos, the After Logo is more organic because of its less structured nature, or its less rigid composition, if you will. The Before is far more clean cut and geometric with the harder angles and strict symmetry. In … Continue reading

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Organic / Geometric, Abstraction / Representation, Savannah Wright

The logo I chose was Mr. Coffee because not only do I love coffee but I thought that the redesigned logo was interesting. Clearly, the before logo was geometric and representational. The typography is hard, straight and regular lines. You … Continue reading

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